Past Exhibitions

Animals by June Kosloff

  Statement: My art ranges from iconic animals to abstract mixed media. Many of the animal subjects are from photos of undomesticated animals, some of which are endangered species. The expressiveness of the emotional life of animals is what compels me to paint and draw these animals.  I continually see how fragility and resiliency are intertwined and Read More…

Past

EYEWITNESS: COREEN SIMPSON AND CHUCK STEWART Award-winning photographers Coreen Simpson and Chuck Stewart are eyewitnesses to many historical moments of the 20th and 21st centuries. The illustrious careers of Simpson and Stewart have roots in photojournalism. Initially, Stewart was a military photographer who documented early tests of the nuclear bomb, and retains an archive of Read More…

Past Exhibit

Nancy Quigley

Nancy Quigley’s pottery is one-of-a-kind, high-fired stoneware. She has been an active member of Riverdale Art Association in New York City and of Nelson Artists’ Gallery, in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire, as well as Mamaroneck (NY) Artists’ Guild. She has participated in many juried shows in the New York area, and her prize-winning Read More…

Ruth Hurd

Blink and it’s gone. Walk too fast and you miss it. The next time you come by it might be gone or altered beyond recognition. Loss is inevitable and so I paint to capture and preserve what has captured me. I began as a realistic painter of panoramic views alternating with the closer, more precise Read More…

Richard Karp

ARTIST STATEMENT – if your ears see, and your eyes hear, not a doubt you will cherish –- and how naturally the rain drops from the eaves! ikkyu sojun I believe that all art is intrinsically abstract. It is my view that art is expressed through the language of the medium. The instruments of color, Read More…

“George Washington Returns to Gotham” Felipe Galindo

The exhibition “George Washington Returns to Gotham” conisist of a series of whimsical works on paper about an imaginary visit from America’s First President to present-day Manhattan and in particular to Washington Heights, a neighborhood that bears his name, and that it was his base for several weeks when he commanded the Continental Army during Read More…

Japanese American Internment Project

Join Community Works NYC, The Interchurch Center and our Community Matters NYC partners at a special reception for the New York premieres of the Japanese American Internment Project: If they came for me today…East Coast Stories and Spirit of Community: Japanese American Artists exhibitions on: Thursday, September 19, 2013, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm The Read More…

Reflections in Fiber (Quilt Credited to Lisa Curran – “Miss Ethel Lee”

Harlem Memorabilia: Reflections in Fiber Harlem Memorabilia: Reflections in Fiber features the incredible work of a community of urban artists guided by noted Harlem artist and quilt-maker Dindga McCannon. The exhibit exemplifies the wide variety of ways one can preserve memorabilia and transform it into art. A stunning collection of quilts and hand-made books, created Read More…